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Capacity Restrictions Lifted For May Charlotte Events

CONCORD, N.C. – In accordance with North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper’s latest executive order, grandstand seating limitations have been lifted for the Month of May events at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Friday’s news opens the door for thousands more race fans to enjoy an action-packed month at Charlotte Motor Speedway, including this weekend’s NGK NTK NHRA Four-Wide Nationals and the Memorial Day weekend Coca-Cola 600 events.

“We are thrilled with today’s news that will allow fans to return to America’s Home for Racing without limitation,” said Greg Walter, executive vice president and general manager of Charlotte Motor Speedway. “From the outset of the pandemic, whether operating a drive-through testing clinic or hosting the state’s first mass vaccination event, this has been the ultimate goal – to get back to filling the grandstands for the biggest, most entertaining events in motorsports.”

Per the executive order announced Friday, fans will no longer be required to wear masks or socially distance in outdoor venues. Following state recommendations, fans who have not been vaccinated are still encouraged to wear a mask.

The order, which goes into effect immediately, lifts restrictions for race fans starting with Saturday’s NGK NKT NHRA Four-Wide Nationals, which had reached capacity under previous restrictions. Fans can visit www.zmaxdragway.com for tickets, which start at $40. Kids 13 and under get in free.

On Memorial Day Weekend, CMS will host a bevy of fans for the iconic speedway’s first triple-header weekend featuring NASCAR’s top three premier series. The May 28 North Carolina Education Lottery 200 for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, May 29 Alsco Uniforms 300 for the NASCAR Xfinity Series and 62nd Coca-Cola 600 for the NASCAR Cup Series on May 30 will all be on tap.

Coca-Cola 600 tickets start at just $59. Tickets for kids 13 and under get in free for Friday and Saturday and for just $10 to Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600.

Fans attending either race weekend will have the opportunity to receive a Johnson & Johnson single-dose COVID-19 vaccination on-site. Vaccines will be administered by Atrium Health to anyone 18 years of age or older at no cost. No appointment is necessary.

Ticket holders attending speedway events do so at their own risk and are encouraged not to come if feeling sick or showing symptoms of COVID-19. Those in attendance are encouraged to enjoy their experience responsibly.

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